Lake Minnetonka Survey 2 Report
Topics Upper Lake, Lower Lake, dugout canoe, pontoon boat, shipwreck, shipwrecks, wrecks, steamers, steamboat, sidewheeler, sternwheeler, propeller, Big Island Amusement Park, Big Island Veterans Camp, steamboat pier, Maritime Heritage Minnesota, Minnesota, Lake Minnetonka, Royal Moore, Ramaley, Minnehaha, Como, White Bear, Hopkins, torpedo stern, nautical archaeology, maritime archaeology, history, Halsted, runabout, Mound, Spring Park, Excelsior, Wayzata, Hercules, Minneapolis, St. Albans Bay Wreck
Publisher Maritime Heritage Minnesota
Contributor Maritime Heritage Minnesota
The majority of Lake Minnetonka is in Hennepin County, with a small portion of its southwest edge crossing into Carver County, Minnesota. Maritime Heritage Minnesota (MHM) received a Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant - part of the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment - in May 2012 to conduct a side and down imaging sonar survey of Upper Lake Minnetonka - not including Crystal Bay that had already by surveyed. This project is the second of two projects to survey Lake Minnetonka for submerged cultural resources. Along with MHM's Lake Minnetonka Survey 1 Project, this project has located new wrecks in Lake Minnetonka and several anomalies that may be wrecks and other human-made objects. With the conclusion of this project, Lake Minnetonka is the only body of water in Minnesota that has been completely surveyed archaeologically.
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Rights The Lake Minnetonka Survey 2 Report is copyrighted to Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, and Maritime Heritage Minnesota. The report can be downloaded for free, but it cannot be changed in any way, sold for profit, or used for profit by anyone other than the copyright holders.
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